by the end of january Curve will turn from a domestic service into a third country foreign service to every non-british european.
Right now Curve has to follow GDPR and if there was ever a dispute, I could go through local courts and all sorts of other safeguards. And I don’t trust the UK government to sign a sensible treaty (what people now call “deals”).
But I like Curve as a service. So are there plans to establish an official branch in the future EU minus UK? E. g. PayPal isn’t provided via the USA, but an EU branch in Luxembourg.
With Brexit just around the corner your customers need more than the usual wishy-washy promises, to be brutally frank.
PS: also, Curve marks all payments as being done in London. Nobody cares right now. But non-EU payments are treated differently by most underlying cards. With a range from not eligible for cashback, to being subject to additional charges for non-domestic payments. This would just break Curve for many people.